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February 26, 1970     Jewell County Record
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and CLUBS must be in by noon Monday) FREE! EXTRA 10-DAY SUPPLY A,I~.W. AL.C.W. met in the parlor of the l~eran Church on Feb. 4 at 3:00 p.m. w~th Marpret Countryman and Velma Berg as hostesses. Mrs. Rsyn~nd Lunge was lesson leader. She c@ened our wor~p service b~ ha, vlng everyone sing '"l~ee Wi~U l Love ~y Strength M~ Tower." ,We then stud'led lesson two, '~V_akl~ Ethical Decl- alvn~." We dosed our s~rship service with a prayer. A ~hort Imsineea meat~ng ~ol~owed ~ur lesson with cur president, Mrs. Gilbert CouHryman in charge. Our ne~t A.L.C~W. meeting be Mar. 4 at 2:00 p.m. with Mrs, Wayue Dunn, Mrs. LeRoy Eaton, and Mrs. Jack Morris as hostesses. Mrs. Raymond Me- D~ w~ be our lesson leader. ~r~er. ly MI~ PriNas Noildru Jewell County Home Economics Agent Women's Garme~te Have BUlowy Sleeves But Defined Waists FebrJe manu~a~tA~rers are stressing ~te sheers, ,~ces and chiffons, onl~ndiee, dotted NEW & USED COMBINES ! IH? C 11 GLEANER COMBINF.~ an with cabs, power steering, header rock guards, rotary radiator screens, hydraulic reel Htts, two with 18 ft. headers, mm with 20 ft. header. Them are very clean roach- ham and ready to go to work. ! IH0 MODEL A GI~ near new cab, 14 ft. header. It's farmer owned and been ahedded. We dare you to find a nleer oae anyplace. 1 1955 MODEL A GLEANER, 14 ft. header. This one Is full hydraulic and in above average condition. See it. 1 1954 MODEL A GLEANER, 14 ft. hender. It's in above average condition and has a lot of going left. Save money on your harvest bills. 1 1952 MODEL A GLEANER, 14 ft. header. Lots of service left here and we will sell it cheap. 1 1955 MASSEY-HARRIS 80 SPECIAL, 14 ft. header. Ready to go to work and you can own it cheap. 1 1984 IWASSEY-HARRIS SO SPECIAL, 14 ft. header. It's bmm shedded and Is ready to go. FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY WE ARE IN A POSI- TION TO OFFER ',FREE" CABS ON NEW AND UN- USED 1969 GLEANERS. THIS REPRESENTS A CON. SIDERABLE SAVING. WHY NOT TALK DEAL EARLY BEFORE THIS OFFER EXPIRES. WHILE YOU ARE HERE WHY NOT TAKE A LOOK AT THE ALL NEW" ':220" ALLIS-CHALMERS "LAND HANDLER" TRACTOR. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A TRACTOR IN THE LARGE HORSEPOWER CLASS YOU WILL LIKE THIS ONE. CHEVROLET AND ALLIS-CHALMERS BONECuTTER-HILL CHEVROLET, INC. Phone 38B-6161 Smith Center, Kansas face interest. Prints are a~l the go. Tiny motl~ of /towers, butter~ee, and bees arranged in ne~t, geo- metric 9atterm o~ sS~ipes or ~hecks ~I~, cor~ast ~Mts~y abstraot desks, As for trknming~, a~l re mixed on a~ kinds o~ rice. ,B~ds, belts, braids, and embrodderies enrich dresses. .~e~, and coats. Your Question. Please Mm. NeRie Graham, M~n. Ma~o. asked for ~nee in hernn'dng a garment made w~h lining sewn in the ~ea~ t~ e}k~r~t~ the problem o~ the bttc~ and causing fil- lies o '1~here are two w~s to hem ~h~ kind Of garment. {1) baste wRh exastness from waistline to hemtine and cett~ the hem- ruing ~ t~ro~ to the outer garment. ~ lasting should be done a~ R is on the figure for real exaet.es~, or (2) team the linin~ out of the hem and i,t hang loose. 'l'b.is wo~d make ~t necessary to f~th the e~ the ~h~ I i H feed e~Ideney is magnified to JEWELL COUNTY RECORD. kr~e mens in sizeable feeding Thursday, February ~, 1970 o~c~s. For imstan~, as- Page S - Section 1 surne a tt~t~ feed requirement ...... of ~000 ~bs. per steer and a main business. BUng Korb is our ~.O0-~w~ feed cost. I~e- new ,preside~, G~yle Wau~b, ments in et~ciency o~ I, 5, and v~eq)residen~, Becky Tear411, 10 percent mean sa~ings ~f 30, 150 and 300 Ibs. Of feed werth $ .a0, ~,o0 end ~.o0 res~m~l~- ~y. A feed tot feeding I000 head per year wou~d realize a ~av. t.gs of ~oo, S3ooo a~d ~000 ~e~y. The need ~or max- tnmm e~tolen~" b greater to- day bem~e there b lese ram'- Prunlug Fru~ Tre~ Fruit trees to prune? R'a best do~e in w~er, says a K- ~Ja~e hortieul~u'e ~t. Prualng is important. R ira. proves both t~e quaRt~" and s~ze of the fruit ero~. ]W~m~ng aim keeq~s a tree Vtgorotw and iw auras the gzow~ of new wt,ed on which the fruit sets. Ren~ve dead, broken, or d~- eased l~, and thin out areas of dense grow~. The cuts should be made close to the base, but witho~ ~ng a stub. These stubs &e back, keep the cu~ from healing, and leave t~e tree vulnerable to rat and disease. A clean cut, how. ever, wiU he~ o~er quidS. M~ Cuts even one inch in diameter should be pairtted. l~tming rnetlmds depend on the fr~ involuted. P~es and aeotarines need old wood re~ moved every year, since fruR is borne on wood that is one year ~!. A~cot trees bear fruit on the d~or, t spurs of older w~od. These ~aurs tire from three to five years. ~'s go~d to thin out llrabs and head back ~a~t year's grow~, bUt frt~it s~urs should be thinned on~ where they get ~x)o thick. App~les and pears bear trust on spurs ~h~at live for many years. They shored be ~nmed orgy enot~ to keep them tow for harve~t~r~g and to t~In out weak or mn~ll limbs. WMie Reck Riden The members of the W~tte Rve.k Hwa~tlers 4~I Club, ~ are enr~led in the horse project, are caFled t~e WhRe P~ck Rid. ers. T~e first project meeting for this year was held on Jan Z~ in ,Mankae~o. AI~ but three merr~ens were presen. We at- tended a program on horse be~ and care prese~ed by Dr. Homer Caley, E~tension Veterinarian. He showed many Mldm with his ta~k and I know we learned a lot aboUt our hers. es' heal~ and bow to cace for them. Our second meeting was held at the ~lub house on Feb. ~h. ~lection of #~ficers was our secr~ar~, Car~ Watt@h, treastr~ dr, and He~ther Xorb, re~3o~er. We discussed where we c~ have our meetings this atm~mer sO we could ride our horse~ and practice. We wi~ have at least one meeting a month thte ' year. --C~y~e wa~, a~.~,.~ iu i ~:u__ KIDNIY DAN@IIR SI@NA~ BACKACHI , Or {requent e.uil. (,ahoy ~m~dM~hO|M IsO ., ,. :,,ur.-,....,.,.,...... ~m.ney amordoro--"Dl~s~r .4~dY ~u,,. a ~l~rrlj: euKa13 taele~ i ] my te flush kidnoys and t~to ] pusuge. If not ~leu.e.d in 1| be~ ! your 4~n Maex~ A.eeanF it WAGNER mtuG mxm~ A .p.bn for Looking forward to relaxi~ : in your retirement? Why net relax a little more right now with State Farm's Executive Pr(,tector Plan? it makes u. tablishing an estate and re- tirement assets worry free. And as you save, your fam- ily's future is protected. It's insurance you can afford. Give me a call for all the facts. w. R. "Hap" wd, m Phone FR S-a2~ S08 S. Center - Mmdmte, K,~ is ill YOU ON to know about |nsurar-.,4. STATL FARM LIFE INSURAMG[ ~OI~PAN HOM| OFFICE: |LOOMINOTON. ILLHIOI| "This is the first checking account ! ever had." Congratulations l . . . we're glad we opened it for you. And we hope it willlead to a longand happy experience doing business with us. Next, may we suggest one of our savings accounts (they draw (X) % interest.) and as you get more ac- tive in business or farming, we'll be at your set. vice with commercial loans . . , loans on crops or livestock, auto loans, and home loans. The First National Bank in Manksto, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner and The Comer-Stone of CONFIDENCE , , . . |~ t i ] F.D.I.C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $20,000,00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corporation Member F.D.LC. Since 1988 ESTABLISHED 1888